System Requirements Validation and Development Through SCADE Integration with Simplorer.
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Simulation has long been used to improve the design of nearly every physical product or process by providing the opportunity to evaluate a wide range of alternative designs prior to building physical prototypes. Simulation has also long been used to model different operating scenarios to develop control strategies that are incorporated into control algorithms to improve operations. The emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT) has created the potential
for a transformational journey in which a simulation model of the product or process is tied through the Internet to sensors capturing data and to actuators controlling its operation. The result is a so-called digital twin of the physical product or process that can be used to analyze and diagnose its operation and optimize its performance and maintenance in real time. By using simulation in conjunction with the IoT, companies can analyze the performance of
products in real-world operating conditions and make confident predictions about future performance to improve product operation and productivity, and to reduce the cost and risk of unplanned downtime.
This eBook by Aberdeen Group illustrates that Best-in-Class companies approach development in a holistic manner, ultimately leading to a product that meets its intentions, quality, and revenue targets.
All around us connected devices are proliferating. New, innovative products are emerging almost daily, and familiar products are benefiting from newer, smarter functionality. These developments come with the promise of making us healthier and safer, as well as more efficient, innovative, competitive and profitable. The Internet of Things, or IoT, which holds great potential, also presents new challenges to the engineers tasked with building the devices. These challenges include antenna design, embedded software development, power management and a host of other potential issues that can be addressed through engineering simulation. In this paper, we will identify the most critical challenges and describe a platform solution, supported by robust applications, that can help you engineer the best possible IoT products.
Discover ANSYS SCADE Display and ANSYS SCADE Solutions for ARINC 661 Compliant Systems. Together, they provide a modular and flexible approach for safety-critical human-machine interface (HMI) specification and development that connects airframers and avionics providers.
Today’s automobiles and airplanes feature more electronic components than ever. Hundreds of connected systems enable safety-critical functions like braking, acceleration, steering, navigation and communication. Underlying all these functional systems are millions of lines of embedded software code that ensure their reliable operation under a broad range of conditions.
With human lives at stake, two engineering teams work to ensure that these mission-critical systems perform flawlessly in the field. One team works to integrate the dozens of components that are brought together in a connected system, ensuring that signals and controls are seamlessly combined in a way that optimizes not only each component but the entire electronics architecture. A second engineering team performs an equally important task – ensuring the functional safety of these components, as well as the overall system. These safety engineers look at the risks, sources and consequences of system failure, in an effort to eliminate risks and maximize resilience to the greatest extent possible.
This paper describes the tooling and process enhancement on the Ansys® SCADE® tools through customer feedback and evaluations primarily for developing UoPs for the Portable Components Segment (PCS) and Platform-Specific Services Segment (PSSS) that are also ARINC 661 User Applications (UAs). Additionally, we introduce the strategy for putting the Ansys ARINC 661 Cockpit Display System (CDS) as a Graphics Service PCS and PSS through FACE Conformance and two customer use-cases utilizing the Ansys FACE and ARINC 661 solutions.